14. JOURNAL


(a) The secretary shall keep a correct journal of each day's proceedings, which shall be printed after the close of each day's session, and before the convening of the next day's session, one copy shall be placed on the desk of each Senator.

(b) Before proceeding to any other order of business each day, the journal of the preceding day shall be corrected and approved. On any day, the journal for the preceding day shall be read at the request of any Senator. No corrections of the original journal after it is approved shall be made without consent of the Senate.

(c) After the journal for any particular day has been approved, the President shall sign, and the secretary shall attest, one copy as corrected and approved, to be retained for the use of the Senate.